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are high and so are the hopes. that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. all in with chris hayes starts right now. >> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. thank you for joining us tonight. it is a hilarious truth about washington i come before you tonight to lead off my cable newscast with the following news. the senate successfully voted to begin debating a piece of legislation today. that is good news. thanks to the vigorous tradition of the near constant republican filibuster, voting to start debate is something the senate almost never does before. here your illustrious united states senators are overcoming a filibuster to begin debate on a gun package today. to appreciate how crazy the filibuster was in practice, this was not a filibust over the bill, a filibuster of debating the bill. remarkably routine. what was remarkable was that the filibuster failed on the strength of support of most of the democrats and 16 republicans. only two democrats joined by 29 republicans in trying to block the debate, arkansas's mark pryor and alaska's mark begich. a deal was worked out
. the two-term independent from vermont was on chris hayes brand new show and said the u.s. should be looking forward when it comes to energy supplies and not backward toward crude oil. >> we now can do it. if there was a political will in the white house and in the congress, we can transform the energy system. we can create millions of jobs. we could leave the world and be an exporter around the world of that type of technology. that's the future. not oil. that's why the keystone pipeline should be defeated. >> you can watch his great new show, all in, with chris hayes every night at 8:00 eastern on msnbc. the place for politics. >>> today the republican run-off in south carolina between mark sanford and curtis boss particular, pollsters give sanford the edge. the two men are vying for the republican nomination in a congressional special election. meanwhile, the democrat in that race is getting help from her little brother, comedian stephen colbert will hold two fundrai fundraisers with tickets at $10,000 a pop. wonder what they're serving. president obama might want to keep his d
" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in with chris hayes" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. thank you for joining us tonight. all right. this right here, these ten pages represent the biggest news in the country today. this is the criminal complaint filed today against 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombing. and this ten-page criminal complaint is big news for two reasons. it's news for the incredible details of the allegations contained within it, and it is news because of the simple fact that it exists. let's start with the news. the complaint describes in heart stopping detail exactly what authorities -- of the bombing itself. quote, approximately 30 seconds before the first explosion, dzhokhar tsarnaev lifts his phone to his ear as if he is speaking on his cell phone and keeps it there for approximately 18 seconds. a few seconds after he finishes the call, the large crowd of people around him can be seen reacting to the first explosion. virtually every head turns to the east towards the finish line and s
with us, "all in" with chris hayes starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. thank you for joining us. big stuff today and we'll get to all of it. big news out of the state department, the united states believes the syrian regime may have used chemical weapons on its people. also, president obama spoke at the memorial in west texas for those killed in the explosion of a fertilizer plant. we'll tell you what role then senator obama played seven years ago trying to prevent explosions exactly-like that one in texas and why he couldn't. let's start in dallas, texas, it was a day of perform and circumstance and above all, bipartisan civility at the dedication of george w. bush's library and museum on the campus of southern methodist university. so much more than that. at its most fun, today was a wonderful opportunity to observe the hilarious challenge watching everyone obligated to speak at the dedication to come up with positive things to say about george w. bush. president obama tried complimenting his personal attributes like sense of humor. >> to know the man
fatalities. >> jon: holy. well, thank god for chris hayes because i'm not good at math. i'm so stupid i still think 54 votes is more than 46. i'm an idiot. but i'm pretty sure that a million is more than 3400. and yet to battle the evil of terror, we started two wars, tortured people, reorganized almost the entire federal government, disallowed the air trafficking of sha52 and sham pd conditioner, and okay'd the robot sky killing of american citizens if warranted by someone. because one american life lost to terror is one too many. which i agree with. but it seems to me we'll move heaven and earth to do whatever it takes to keep weapons from falling into the hands of foreigners who might kill our citizens because apparently we think killing our citizens is our job. we'll be right back. d >> jon: welcome back. for more on the gun debate we bring you the first part of a three-part series with john oliver. >> yesterday, americans watched in shock as even watered down gun legislation die on the floor of the senate. but that is exactly where it belongs, according to gun lobbyist of the virg
. thank you for joining us. that was awesome. that is "all in" for this evening. i'm chris hayes. the rachel maddow show starts now. good evening. >> you did it. you launched. >> happy birthday. >> thank you. this was a very, very nice birthday present for you to give me, doing such an awesome show. so great that you're here, chris. i could not be more excited. >> i just want to make you happy, rachel. >> well done. thanks to you at home for joining us where it has been a very big day already. because of the launch of all in with chris hayes at 8:00 eastern, we have been thinking of today as opening day for msnbc, but today was also opening day for real in major league baseball. an unseasonably cold opening day in a lot of the country. major league teams all wore patches for opening day that honored the victims of the sandy hook elementary school massacre in newtown, connecticut. and arapahoe county prosecutors in colorado said they would seek the death penalty for the aroura, colorado, movie theater attack. we have news this hour aabout how one state has decided to respond to th
" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in with chris hayes" starts right now. ♪ >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. thank you for joining us on what is probably simultaneously the most active and the most confusing news day of the year. if you had cable news on tv today, like we did here at 30 rock, or if you were watching your twitter feed or checking in on the internet at all, you saw a lot of r
our coverage continues now with all in from chris hayes. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. thank you for joining us tonight. three days after the boston marathon was bombs, we have photos, pictures of two men the fbi suspects in monday's attack. the fbi released these photos hours ago asking for the public's help finding or identifying them. the man authorities are identifying as suspect number one is seen in a dark hat. here's suspect number two in a white hat. this suspect, number two in the white hat is the only one authorities believe they have seen on tape planting an explosive device. they believe the two men were associated. any who knows anything about either of these men is asked to call 1-800-fbi or call bostonmarathontips.fbi.gov. they said these men may be extremely dangerous and urging everyone not to take action on their own. joining us is pete williams. this is a big development today. what is the latest? >> it is a big development. the pictures don't show crystal clear view of the faces, of course. there's pictures the fbi has not released. they do be
for being with us. "all in" with chris hayes starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. thank you for joining us tonight. lots to cover this evening, including the increasing and in some cases misleading pressure for the united states to intervene in syria. also, president obama makes history long overdue history, in a remarkable story emerges from the aftermath of the boston bombings. all this, plus click three. but we begin tonight with the big flashing headline breaking news of the day, from the least popular branch of government, widely seen as the most dysfunctional branch of government, the one that contains the right wing republican house caucus committed to obstruction above all else in that branch of government. today, today we saw a remarkable display of emergency and pragmatic problem solving come together in a matter of hours to fix the moment pressing trouble facing america today. and that very pressing problem is extended travel delays for frequent flyers and members of congress. yes, a long and tortured path to triumph on this issue. but a vote, res
chris hayes will join us. tina brown will be here as well. in a few minutes the mlb network peter gammons. but, first, here is bill karins with the forecast. >> in minnesota, they are playing a game, the twins versus the tigers, tell you how cold it will be coming up. rain up there in maine and rain existing areas of georgia and south carolina. but the cold is the story. it is a blast of cold air. hopefully, this is the last one. it's not going to head into the deep south but it is right now going through the northern plains today through the great lakes and then tomorrow, through new england. look at these windchills. remember, they are playing outdoor baseball game in chicago and in minneapolis today. in minneapolis the windchill is 8. fargo has a windchill of 2. this is like wintertime cold. and it's not going to warm up much in those areas. even with sunshine. highs will be in the 30s today. windchill in chicago will be down around 30 during the baseball game this afternoon. and in minnesota, windchills will be in the teens! so new york city's home opener the yankees at home a
inch herbs and vegetables, 5 for $10. >>> good morning from new york, i'm chris hayes, host of the new program "all in," airing 8 p.m. eastern. and i'll be watching as steve kornacki replaces me on this program "up with steve kornacki." my team and i care deeply about this program which is why we're glad to see steve taking the reins. today we wanted to share some of the discussions we feel represent those times we came closest to meeting those aspirations. the subject of gun violence is fraught and complex and we are hard pressed to explain why our political system cannot passion the most common-sense measures but the nra winning several key battles in congress at the moment, it's easy to forget about how extreme and object tuesday the nra felt the week after the school shooting in newtown, connecticut. we talked about the response here on "up." >> i'm joined by tom, haley, author of piece "xo jane ", rich, owner and publisher of "swat magazine" and jackie hilly, executive director of new yorkers against gun violence. nra broke the week of silence following the newtown, con korngs sho
. because of the launch of all in with chris hayes at 8:00 eastern, we have been thinking of today as opening day for msnbc, but today was also opening day for real in major league baseball. an unseasonably cold opening day in a lot of the country. major league teams all wore patches for opening day that honored the victims of the sandy hook elementary school massacre in newtown, connecticut. and arapahoe county prosecutors in colorado said they would seek the death penalty for the aurora, colorado, movie theater attack. we have news this hour about how one state has decided to respond to the country refusing to let the killings fade away. the evolving politics of gun reform, and one state making a big leap forward on that issue tonight. we'll be breaking that news here tonight. that's coming up. >> in arkansas today, as chris covered in detail in the last hour, the clean-up continues on the big exxon oil pipeline leak. this residential neighborhood in mayflower arkansas, continues to bear the brunt of the fact we don't know how to clean up the kind of tar sands oil that was in tha
moment from the debut of "all in" with chris hayes as msnbc contributor goldie taylor cut to the heart of a massive cheating scandal inside atlanta school district. more than 30 educators have until the end of the day to turn them in on charges they cheated test scores, but would retaliate against anyone who tried to blow the whistle. so far three have turned themselves in, among those named in the 65-count indictment a former atlanta school superintendant. dr. beverly hall. joining me is american federation of teachers president, randi winegarten, it's great to have you here. i know you've been watching this closely. let's talk more about dr. hall. not only receiving a half million dollars in performance bonuses, but in in 2011 she appeared on "rock center" and was asked about the cheating scandal. she said i did it was not anything that i as an administrator can do. she's accused as playing a part in this and the grand jury feels that she had a hefty part in the scam itself. does federal policy as woo we're seeing here provide an incentive for those teachers to cheat? >> so let me sa
's "hardball" for now. "all in with chris hayes" starts right now. ♪ >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes, and thank you for joining us. big, big news on multiple fronts out of washington today, and the word of the day on capitol hill was, deal. >> gun deal, here we go. >> nbc news quotes sources saying two senators have reached a deal. >> reached a deal on background checks. >> there's going to be more pressure to come to a deal. >> i think bodes well for a future deal. >> the senate is closing in on an immigration deal. >> what exactly is in this deal? >> a deal between two key senators. >> bipartisan deal. >> the pivotal bipartisan deal. >> by the president is appla applauding this deal. >> a deal between two people. >> this is a deal between two men. >> between two men. the big deal today on capitol hill was the reaching or leaking of big deals and the way that washington talks about a deal is a deal is inherently good. you're always looking for a deal, so when you get one, it must be good news, but in the real world where we all have to live every day, a deal is good only if it
for being with us. "all in" with chris hayes starts now. >>> good evening, i'm chris hayes, thank you for joining us tonight. >>> john kerry was in seoul south korea with the specific goal of lowering tensions on the korean peninsula. >> the real goal should not be reinforcing the fact that we will back our allies, which we will. but the possibilities of peace and reunifications. >> the tensions are high. and they are high because north korea has been bellaes could own by south korea. they have a new leader, kim jong-un, and no one knows what he will do. and also with threats against north korea in the united states. north korea is threatening japan, north korean news agency saying if they make the slightest news the spark of war will touch japan first. all of that decorated with plenty of old school soviet style military marchs we like it run on cable news. but other reason tension is high is the rhetoric has been ratcheting up as a public pace. friends at cnn haven't covered a story like this since the poop cruise. >> north korea's neighbors have their defenses up right now. stand b
to have him. that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in with chris hayes" starts right now. ♪ >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. thank you for joining us on what is probably simultaneously the most active and the most confusing news day of the year. if you had cable news on tv today, like we did here at 30 rock, or if you were watching your twitter feed or checking in on the internet at all, you saw a lot of reporting thrown around that did not make a lot of sense. so, we're going to try to make sense of it all right now. here's what we actually know. here's the confirmed reporting on the boston marathon bombing case right now. nbc news has learned that investigators have obtained video of a person placing a black bag down near the scene of the blast and that authorities are looking to question that person. the footage has been described to nbc as providing, quote, solid leads in the case. as we told you last night, the fbi found black nylon bag fragments at the blast site and believe that's how the devices were transported to the scene, they've also rec
♪ tonight's last word from this special place. chris hayes is up next. ♪ >> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. thank you for joining us tonight. tonight three days after the boston marathon was bombed, we have photos, pictures of two men the fbi suspects in monday's attack. the fbi released these photos hours ago, asking for the public's help in finding or identifying them. the authorities are identifying suspect number one seen here in a dark hat and here's suspect number two in a white hat. according to the fbi, this suspect, number two in the white hat is the only one authorities believe they have seen on tape planting an explosive device. they believe the two men were associated. anyone who knows anything about either of the men is asked to call 800-call-fbi or leave information at bostonmarathontips.fbi d.gs ov. the fbi emphasized they consider them a armed and dangerous and urged the public not to take action on their own, which seems like wise advice. joining me is pete williams. this is a big development. what's the latest? >> reporter: it is a big development. t
of cards. that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in with chris hayes" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes, and thank you for joining us tonight. i want to begin tonight telling you a story. it's an incredible story. when i heard the details, i thought it too incredible to be real, but it is real. it's about a young muslim man who came to the united states before he was grown who came to assimilate quickly and seamlessly to american life, he made american friends and came to celebrate american holidays and high school sports and american culture. he went back to his home country, then something horrible happened. something horrible that threw him into a state of moral and political tumult. his home country was not in the caucuses, it was yemen. this is not a story about either of the czar nooif brothers. on their account, the president told their alleged story today with very apt phrasing. >> two twisted, perverted, cowardly, knockoff jihadis. >> seems a perfect way to describe the perfect emerging of the tsarnaev brothers. they don't apyre
hayes" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes, and thank you for joining us tonight. i want to begin tonight telling you a story. it's an incredible story. when i heard the details, i thought it too incredible to be real, but it is real. it's about a young muslim man who came to the united states before he was grown who came to assimilate quickly and seamlessly to american life, he made american friends and came to celebrate american holidays and high school spos
's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in with chris hayes" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes, and thank you for joining us tonight. i want to begin tonight telling you a story. it's an incredible story. when i heard the details, i thought it too incredible to be real, but it is real. it's about a young muslim man who came to the united states before he was grown who came to assimilate quickly and seamlessly to american life, he made american friends and came to celebrate american holidays and high school sports and american culture. he went back to his home country, then something horrible happened. something horrible that threw him into a state of moral and political tumult. his home country was not in the as
for being with us, "all in" with chris hayes starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. thank you for joining us. big stuff today and we'll get to all of it. big news out of the state department, the united states believes the syrian regime may have used chemical weapons on its people. also, president obama spoke at the memorial in west texas for those killed in the explosion of a fertilizer plant. we'll tell you what role then senator obama played seven years ago trying to prevent explosions
state. that's "hardball" for now. thank for being with us. "all in" with chris hayes starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. thank you for joining us tonight. lots to cover this evening, including the increasing and in some cases misleading pressure for the united states to intervene in syria. also, president obama makes history long overdue history, in a remarkable story emerges from the aftermath of the boston bombings. all this, plus click three. but we begin tonight with the big flashing headline breaking news of the day, from the least popular branch of government, widely seen as the most dysfunctional branch of rn
. and that's "hardball" for now lt. "all in" with chris hayes starts right now. >>> good evening from new york, i'm chris hayes, thanks for joining us. there's a lot to talk about tonight, including the news that the first male athlete in a major american professional support came out of the closet today. >>> and six months after superstorm sandy, there were more stunning reminders in the midwest about the dangers of extreme weather and new reports on just how much money it's costing you. plus, the latest in the fight over fixing the sequester cuts, plus click 3. but first, there's brand new data out today that has completely altered how i understand the politics of guns and more broadly the potential of the obama electoral majority. it's new polling from one of the most accurate firms in the 2012 election cycle and paints a picture of the aftereffects of the gun safety battle that i could not believe when i first read it. before i get to that, though, here is basic structure of the politics on this issue up until right now. there's a relatively small, well-organized group of people who a
hayes starts right now. >>> good evening from new york, i'm chris hayes, thanks for joining us. there's a lot to talk about tonight, including the news that the first male athlete in a major american professional support came out of the closet today. >>> and six months after superstorm sandy, there were more stunning reminders in the midwest about the dangers of extreme weather and new reports on just how much money it's costing you. plus, the latest in the fight over fixing the sequester cuts, plus click 3. but first, there's brand new
bullet. members of congress don't get those calls. "all in with chris hayes" is here on msnbc. >>> elizabeth colbert-bush is out with her first ad. she says she won't follow any party line to reduce government waste. colbert-bush faces mark sanford next month. >>> the republican committee begins a three-day retreat in hollywood after the november loss to president obama, party leaders are trying to find ways to appeal more directly to women and minorities. >>> pro israel activists are launching a campaign to keep a university from presenting former president jimmy cart we are the school's international advocate for peace award. now their law school is coming under fire for the decision because some say mr. carter holds anti-israel views. >>> the navy's blue angels will not be flying at any more shows this year. they're now grounded due to budget cuts. it comes as pentagon leaders say they'll continue to move forward with plans to thin the arms forces to less than 500,000 soldiers in five years. >>> and that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> a big storm that dumped
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? what about who is dreamier, rachel maddow or -- >> chris hayes. >> you knew what i was going for. i president could think. i couldn't think. my next point i can't say because i think kennedy's comment is going to be cut out of the show. but kennedy, i will say there are still three weegers in gitmo. all others have been released. the final three have filed cases in court to be brought to the u.s. they are petitioning to bring them to their communitieses. >> yes, they are. >> kennedy, are you worrying about you and your husband taking a vacation. why not have a staycation and invite the weegers. andy, back to you. >>> coming up, what ipped could of monster goes -- what kind of monster goes around throwing drinks in people's faces? fears, why did this man tatoo his dog? who knows? maybe he joined a biker gang. i don't have all of the answers, people. >>> it is not my fault if you don't know what a banker gang is. they had choice words for those who race birds. peta is asking queen elizabeth to put a stop to pigeon racing in england. the animal rights group says queen as the patron of
safety? that's our problem, that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in with chris hayes" starts right now. ♪ >>> today was a huge news day in the ongoing political fight against gun violence in this country. the white house threw its most precious and powerful resource, the time and attention of the president of the united states, behind the issue today. the president traveled to denver, colorado, where he was introduced by the local police chief and planked by law enforcement officers to draw washington's attention, again, to gun safety. >> we need parents, we need teachers, we need police officers, we need pastors, we need hunters and sportsmen, americans of every background, to say, we've suffered too much pain and care too much about our children to allow this to continue. we're not going to just wait for the next newtown or the next aurora before we act. and i -- i genuinely believe that's what the overwhelming majority of americans, i don't care what party they belong to, that's what they want. they just want to see some progress. part of the reason it's so hard
. coming up! all in with chris hayes, next. >>> roger ebert died today at the age of 70. any who cares about movies or great writing or liberal politics or great humanism and generosity of spirit and decency is suffering a loss. we will discuss his life and legacy later in the show. first very big news you may have missed. signs of a new front opening up in the battle being fought by this country's lowest paid workers. hundreds of fast-food workers went on strike in new york city, many walking out for higher wages and in some cases the right to unionize. one in brooklyn was forced to open its doors late to open the strike. twice as many workers participated this time around. you might look at this and say, oh, that's a rally. 400 people. no big deal. let me tell you why this is remarkable. think about this a second. put yourself in the shoes of someone if you're not in the shoes of those already, put yourself in the shoes of someone making minimum wage. for instance, gregory, who participated in the strike and spoke to the "new york times." he is a driver for domino's and has a 3-year-
's this thursday and that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. all in with chris hayes starts right now. >>> big, surprising and welcome news on gun legislation today and a trial in philadelphia that could be the beginning of the end of football as we know it. but first, the most shocking piece of news today is this seemingly innocuous document. a print out of a spread sheet with numbers. boring. but what the numbers represent is a massive nationwide crime scene. no, i mean that. that document is a summary of widespread and systemic error, malfeasance and wreck. on military service members who are entitled to relief, of banks forclosing on homeowners who have been approve for loan modification, on homeowners behind in their payments. not on default. current. amazingly on that sheet of paper is the number 53, which there are at least 53 documenting cases of homeowners who are current on their payments being successfully foreclosed on. not just having foreclosure proceedings against them, but people making their payments, paying their mortgage and have their homes taken from them for now
's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. our coverage continues with all in with chris hayes. >> good evening from new york. tonight, there are no suspects in the attack on the boston marathon. the fbi says they do not know whether it was a single person or a group. no one has claimed responsibility. the range of both summits and motives is still wide open and with the nation's nerves frayed, there's another developing story we are monitoring. nbc news has confirmed a letter sent to senator roger wicker was intercepted and initially tested positive for the poison, ricen. pete williams will join us with the latest on this story. but first, while we may not know anything about who attacked the boston marathon yesterday or why, just over 24 hours after the explosion, there is a lot of new information tonight about the devices used in the attack. about to exekt from the investigati investigation. there were two explosive devices which exploded yesterday. no more along the route or city of boston. the devices appear to have consists of explosive and shrapnel put into pressure cookers. they
hour on chris hayes's show. the right is taking the gloves off after the boston bombing. the most influential media online is saying it was the government who attacked, it was the government who staged the boston bombing as a false flag attack. on the televised conservative media it is a full-on religious war now, the problem is muslims, the solution is an american war on muslims. these forces have always existed on the right and they are now though as mainstream as they have ever been. where are the countervailing forces on the right, if there are any, and where does this all end? our guest tonight here at the top of the show is alice hoagland, alice hoagland's son died in shanksville, pennsylvania, on september 11, 2001, since her son was killed, she has taken it upon herself to talk face-to-face to people who believe in the 9/11 conspiracies. she met several of them in shanksville for a bbc documentary. >> began to be surreal right away. i answered the phone and i heard mark's voice. mom, this is mark bingham. >> he had to introduce himself? >> on occasion, and people have made
york. i'm chris hayes. thank you for joining us. big stuff today and we'll get to all of it. big news out of the st
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